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Tavi opened its doors in a centenary building, in front of the historic and original confectionery with the same name. Featuring a variety of more than two dozen self-made breads, this bakery also offers a range of budget menus, including pizza, salads, sandwiches, daily specials and sweet and savory specialties. Tavi produces 3,000 units of bread in batches every 15 minutes, with the first one leaving early in the day to meet the breakfast needs of all its customers.

Bakery

Monday to Saturday: 07:15-20:00 Sunday: 08:00-20:00

Take Away, Home delivery

Money, ATM, MB Way



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Address:
Rua da Senhora da Luz, 356

Postal Code:
4150-694

City Zone:
Foz Sea

Landline Phone:
223198248

Email:
geral@tavi.pt

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